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Animal of the Catskills. By:Ned1198. White-tailed Deer. Type: mammal Diet: herbivore lifespan in captivty:6 to 14 years Size: 6 to 7.75 ft. Weight: 110 to 300 lbs. Bicknell’s thrush (catharus bicknelli). The estimated population is 21,000 to 53,000 The population trend is decreasing

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white tailed deer
White-tailed Deer
  • Type: mammal
  • Diet: herbivore
  • lifespan in captivty:6 to 14 years
  • Size: 6 to 7.75 ft.
  • Weight: 110 to 300 lbs.
bicknell s thrush catharus bicknelli
Bicknell’s thrush (catharus bicknelli)
  • The estimated population is 21,000 to 53,000
  • The population trend is decreasing
  • Diet: caterpillars, beetles, ants, flies, wasps
red fox
Red Fox
  • The red fox likes to eat rodents, rabbits, and small birds.
  • A fox’s hearing is very good so they can hear a watch ticking from forty yards away!!
  • A red fox

Is a mam-

mal

brown trout
Brown Trout
  • There regular length is 3 foot 4 inches
  • Their habitat is cold streams and lakes
  • Fish are not reptiles, amphibians, or mammals they are just fish!
milk snakes
Milk Snakes
  • A milk snakes diet includes small rodents, birds, and other small snakes

They like hiding places and bark

Milk snakes are reptiles

peregrine falcon
Peregrine Falcon
  • Feeds mostly on doves, waterfowls, songbirds, and pigeons
  • The peregrine falcon has two other

names which are the duck hawk and the King’s provider.

The duck hawk can

Dive at 200 miles an

Hour at least!

black bears
Black Bears
  • Black bears likes to eat nuts, acorns, fruits, insects, and greens.
  • Black Bears are mammals
long tailed weasel
Long-tailed Weasel
  • Long-tailed weasels love to eat voles, moles, squirrels, chipmunks, shrews, and rabbits
bobcat
Bobcat
  • Some are known to live 25 years but most live 15
  • The bobcats size is twice the size of a housecat
coyote
Coyote
  • The coyote is an omnivore!
  • The coyote can live up to 14 years
gray fox
Gray Fox
  • They eat small mammals, birds, and vegetation
opossum
Opossum
  • Opossums eat vegetables, insects, and mushrooms
woodchuck
Woodchuck
  • The woodchuck eats insects
beaver
Beaver
  • From what we learned we think beavers eat insects and spiders
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Mink
  • Minks like to eat fish, birds, and crayfish
muskrat
Muskrat
  • Muskrats like to eat arrowheads, cattails, and duckweed
bull frogs
Bull Frogs
  • Bullfrogs will eat anything they can swallow
snapping turtle
Snapping Turtle
  • Snapping turtles eat birds, crabs, nuphar, and typha
sites

http://www.avianweb.com/peregrinefalcons.html

Sites

http://www.birds.cornell.edu/bfl/speciesaccts/bicthr.html

  • http://www.catskillarchive.com/rockwell/9.htm
  • http://www.birdlife.org/datazone/species/index.html?action=SpcHTMDetails.asp&sid=30034
  • http://depts.washington.edu/natmap/facts/long-tailed_weasel_712.html

http://kids.yahoo.com/animals/fishes/3566--Brown+Trout

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